If the connection between Linux and Windows is set up correctly, as described in Step 3 in Section 21.1, Preparing for the Domain Migration, you can use Windows ConsoleOne to perform the reconfiguration of the post office. You can also use Linux ConsoleOne if desired.
In ConsoleOne, update the location information for the domain:
Browse to and right-click the Domain object, then click.
In thefield, change the path to the location on the Linux server where you migrated the domain. For example:
For a Linux server, ConsoleOne interprets the UNC path as a Linux path. Do not put a Linux path in thefield.
Clickto save the new location information for the domain.
Update the configuration information for the MTA:
Browse to and right-click the MTA object for the domain, then click.
In thefield, make sure that is selected.
Display the Network Address property page of the MTA object for the domain.
In thefield, specify the IP address of the Linux server.
Clickto save the new configuration information for the MTA.
If the domain that you migrated to Linux has gateways associated with it, reselect each gateway directory:
Browse to and select the Domain object.
Right-click a Gateway object, then click.
In thefield, reselect the gateway directory.
If you do not have any gateway subdirectories to choose from, you have not successfully completed Step 1.
Clickto save the gateway directory information.
Continue with Finalizing the Domain Migration.